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Old 02-17-2009, 10:50 AM   #1
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Install cyberoam 24online client on ubuntu ultimate edition 1.9

can someone please tell me how to install cyberoam 24online client on ubuntu ultimate edition 1.9(64 bit). I unzipped the installation file..and "crclient" folder is created ,it has a "readme" and "crclient" file . But i cannot proceed further. I am a new linux user.
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What type of file is cclient? And what is Ubuntu ultimate edition? I've never heard of it.

NM, I found the "ultimate edition"
Old 02-17-2009, 12:49 PM   #3
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Welcome to LQ.

How about reading the text in README ? ?

And if there is no hints in the text, we will have to guess :

For a Linux version :

'chmod +x ./crclient'

'./crclient' ( or may be 'sudo ./crclient' )

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Thanx 4 ur help..but i dunno wat kind of file it is. Also the command (chmod +x...) is not working... Anyways more doubt..when i type SU on the terminal asks for a password.. i hav tried several passwors including--
1)blank psswd
but none is says "authentication failure"..wat should i do??
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You will need the password that you used to login. Once you login use the command "ls -l" without quotes to see if the file is executable or not.
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The su command won't work in Ubuntu because the superuser account is password-disabled (for security reasons, so that noone will be able to guess the root password).

In order to run processes with superuser privileges, precede the command with 'sudo'. You will be prompted for a password - but this time they mean YOUR password. If you are a user in the sudoers file (the default user that you created in the Ubuntu installation is automatically in the sudoers file) you will be granted superuser privileges for the command you typed.

To know what kind of file crclient is - run the command 'file crclient'. It should respond with "32bit executable" or "bash shell script" or some other kind of classification. If it's an executable or a script you should be able to run it with:

sudo ./crclient

Also there is no reason why the command "sudo chmod +x ./crclient" won't work - you must have typed something wrong.


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